In September 1940, 4 would-be spies were dropped by boat on the English coast.(they left from Etaples, on the channel, where I come from). Their history is well documented: they lasted 48 hours.
A “major” Sensburg seems to have played a significant role in this escapade.
From what I have been able to find out, he might be Walter Albert Lothar Sensburg (1895?-1996), Hauptmann 1/11/13, Oberstleutnant 1/2/42.
On 5/12/40 He was apparently Leiter I.H. Brussels (what is that? I know AST Brussels was in charge of the area, but what does “I.H.” stand for?)
He obviously was very concerned with the suitability of the boats used to cross the channel, and took full responsibility for that.
I am interested in clarifying his position in August/September 1940.
Can anybody help?